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What a Difference a Day Makes! March 2, 2009

Filed under: Winter — everydaywomanusa @ 11:04 pm
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Today’s “Nor’easter” totally changed the face of things around here.  What a difference a day makes!

Yesterday, ducks swimming in the pond . . .

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Today, same ducks, different surroundings . . .

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Yesterday . . .

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Today . . .

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Yesterday, tapping trees . . .

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Today, the grove of maple trees in the snow . . .

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Inside . . .

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Outside . . .

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Happy Winter!

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7 Responses to “What a Difference a Day Makes!”

  1. Jena Says:

    Wow, Duke made quite a change in that second picture! Haha 😉

  2. Ruth Says:

    Ha ha! The real change was that it was so windy our Old English Sheepdog could actually see! His hair is always covering his eyes, but he loves a windy day when he can see–more or less–he’s pretty old and has limited sight.

    Much snow there?

  3. Mike Says:

    First blog I read after wakeup from sleep today!

    —————————-
    Are you tension? panic?

  4. Love that picture of Eddie!

  5. Jena Says:

    Not really, it has been alternating between very cold and quite warm. Snowed some but it mostly blew away the same day. We’re supposed to see 50 degrees by the end of the week. Can’t wait!

    Your sheepdog looks like he would be fun to have around.

  6. Misty Says:

    BWAH! Some nor’easter that turns your golden into some kind of sheep dog! 😉


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